This summer I had the opportunity to visit Bloomington, IN with the intention of exploring a bit more than I have in the past. Now that I am living back in the States, it’s really important for me to have the chance to still explore new places Since travel is not nearly as cheap or … Continue reading Exploring Bloomington, Indiana – weekend accessible getaways
During my first trip to Paris, I obviously had to go check out the Louvre! I love art, although I'm no art buff. It is pretty cool to be in a museum housing some of the most famous works in the world. As an added benefit, The Louvre is extremely wheelchair friendly! Fun fact: The … Continue reading Accessible Paris: A trip to The Louvre
I just got back from Morocco and needless to say, it was amazingggg. I love traveling to places that aren't notably 'wheelchair friendly'. I also enjoy places that are a just different than what I'm used to in the US or Germany. The Moroccan people are extremely kind and generous with their help. People are … Continue reading Accessible Morocco: wheelchair accessible tips and ideas in Marrakech
Flying, for someone who uses a wheelchair, has its perks and setbacks...
While living in Germany I've been able to experience the presence and lack of accessibility throughout Europe. Additionally, while writing my thesis on refugees with disabilities migrating to Berlin, I learned of new accessibility barriers. For example, the idea of urban planning for housing for refugees with disabilities. How do we create livable cities for … Continue reading A note on accessible cities
In this post I'd like to focus a bit more on the access and accommodations while traveling in Belgium. Brussels Transportation: We took the bus from the airport. I believe all buses have ramps. Not all metro stops have elevators. Check out the full public transport map for the metro with elevator locations by googling … Continue reading Accessibility -Brussels and Brugge, Belgium